Measure Execution Time with timeit() in Python

Understanding Timeit in Python The timeit module is a tool in the Python standard library, designed to measure the execution time of small code snippets. It makes it simple for developers to analyze the performance of their code, allowing them to find areas for optimization. ⏱️ The timeit module averages out various factors that affect … Read more

Python Sleep For Less Than a Second

πŸ’‘ Problem Formulation: Chances are you’ve already figured out that you can get your Python program to sleep for one second using time.sleep(1). But how do you sleep for less than a second, e.g., for half a second (0.5s), milliseconds, or even microseconds? Method 1: Use time.sleep() The time.sleep(seconds) function halts the Python program for … Read more

How to Convert Epoch Time to Date Time in Python

Problem Formulation and Solution Overview In this article, you’ll learn how to convert Epoch Time to a Date Time representation using Python. On January 1st, 1970, Epoch Time, aka Time 0 for UNIX systems, started as a date in history to remember. This date is relevant, not only due to this event but because it … Read more

NumPy Datetime: How to Work with Dates and Times in Python?

Dates and times have come a long way since the hourglass was invented

In this article, we’ll be learning about something that is literally everywhere. Whatever corner you turn, whatever street you run down, you can’t get away from it. It is as ubiquitous as the physical space around us. Yes today, we’re talking about… TIME. More specifically, we’re talking about NumPy’s functions that represent dates and times. … Read more

How to Add Time Onto a Datetime Object in Python

[toc] Problem: Given a datetime.datetime object in Python, is there a way to add time to the given datetime object? Related Question on StackOverflow: Discussion: Adding time to a datetime object in Python should lead to a new datetime object with the updated time information. For example, if you add 5 hours to a datetime … Read more